Daniel Kurtz-Phelan published this article in the Financial Times’ blog Beyond BRICS. Kurtz-Phelan talked about the rising importance of the emerging countries at a global scale. This article is based on a longer article to be published in the Spring 2013 Americas Quarterly, titled Latin America Goes Global.
This paper examines reforms in police organizations in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.
La Construcción de un Sendero Evolutivo Sustentable: Algunas Ideas Para el Desarrollo de una Política Tecnológica Dirigida a Pymes
“Any successor would have to prove he’s more Chavista than Chavez himself,” said Arnson.
Presenting a carefully structured comparative analysis of six Latin American countries that experienced guerilla warfare that outlasted the end of the cold war, this volume explores the unique constellation of national and international events that allowed some wars to end in negotiated settlement, one to end in virtual defeat of the insurgents, and others to rage on.
"Uribe must work toward social equity" by Cynthia J. Arnson, director of the Latin American Program, published in The Miami Herald, June 7, 2006.
Latin American Program in the News: Raúl Castro busca reinserción regional de Cuba como anfitrión de la Celac
This article discusses CELAC and Raúl Castro's hope to seek regional reintegration of Cuba. Latin American Program Director Cynthia J. Arnson comments on the opportunity that CELAC provides for this reintegration. This article is in Spanish.